Groton MA Real Estate Agent, EXIT Assurance Realty



37 South, Northborough, MA 01532

Rental

$500
Price

1
Rooms
0
Beds
0
Baths
If you are looking for a great space for your new office this could be it. Approximately 200 Sq Ft of Space with all utilities included. Bright, Sunny and Convenient to the center of Town. Come take a look! Available for Immediate Occupancy!
Open House
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73 Pepperell Rd, Groton, MA 01450

West Groton

Condo

$525,000
Price

8
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Own This LUXURY New Construction Townhome, and Claim Your Stake in Groton History! The Tarbell School, a 1914 Colonial Revival, and Prairie Style Architecture Brick Building Have Been Brought Back to its Original Beauty and Eloquence. Designed for Your EXPERIENCE, Use of SUNLIGHT, Ambiance and ENTERTAINMENT, Your New Home Will Not Disappoint. Your Master Builder Has Combined Original Schoolroom Hardwood Floors, Glorious 8 Foot Windows, 12 Foot Ceilings, with New Construction QUALITY and Flair. Enjoy Your 2 Car Garage, Walk-Out Lower Level, Spacious 1.44 Acres, and School Yard Playground for the Children! This IS the Proverbial MUST SEE.
Open House
Saturday
January 02 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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This Single-Family in Townsend, MA recently sold for $367,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by Office Groton - EXIT Assurance Realty.


9 Birch Lane, Townsend, MA 01469

Single-Family

$344,900
Price
$367,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome home to this updated split level home nestled on a quiet cul-de sac in Townsend's popular Timberlee Park neighborhood. A home for all season's. Enjoy holiday cooking in the newer kitchen with farmer's sink, maple cabinets and tin backsplash. Three large windows brighten the dining room and is open to the living room both with hardwood floor's. Enjoy parking in the garage during the winter month's. When summer arrives stay cool inside or out, central air conditioning, the amazing level yard to play in, and newly lined, salt system, in ground pool. Waterproof laminate floor offer's stress free entertaining anytime in the natural light filled large family room. The house features three spacious bedrooms on the main level. Updates done from 2014-2020 include kitchen, front door, storm doors, windows on main level, furnace, hot water tank, pool updates-liner, winter cover, salt system, pump & filter. Shown by appointment beginning 10/29.




This Mobile Home in Fitchburg, MA recently sold for $231,900. This style home was sold by Office Groton - EXIT Assurance Realty.


123 Nijal Court, Fitchburg, MA 01420

Mobile Home

$229,900
Price
$231,900
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Announcing the Catena II ~ This modern 28 x 56 Ranch style home offers 8x10 deck, 3 bedrooms & 2 full baths. You will be delighted with the elegant kitchen with beautiful granite counter tops & black stainless appliances. The center island and walk in pantry in the kitchen connects to the sunny dining area making meal prep effortless. Spread out in the cozy living room with built-in fireplace. Master bedroom has a private on-suite with 48x60 ceramic tile shower, double sink, personal bench and shelving unit with large walk in closet. Their is still time to select many personal items to customize this home so call today. Woodland Estates is a pet friendly 55+ community of manufactured homes providing a great single level condominium alternative. Limited home site available in phase 2. Similar home to be built.

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Everyone likes to keep their home smelling fresh. At the very least, it assures us that when our guests come they have a pleasant aroma that welcomes them into the home. However, fragrances can be beneficial in other ways.

Some are calming, while others stimulating and invigorating. They can help you set the tone you’re aiming for, whether it’s a relaxing bath or sitting down to get some work done in your office.

At one time, you didn’t have many options when it came to giving your home a pleasant fragrance. You could burn candles, which can be dangerous if you have children or pets running around. Or you could use a plug-in air freshener, which are expensive and smell artificial.

Recently, however, a third option has been gaining popularity--essential oil diffusers.

Essential oils have a number of uses. They’re in the cologne and perfume we spray on our bodies, they’re in the room spray we use to freshen up our homes, and they’re an ingredient in a number of other cosmetic and therapeutic products.

Many are said to have medicinal value, such as a decongestant or a sleep aid. Others are used simply because they smell great.

In this article, we’re going to talk you through using an essential oil diffuser in your home and what oils you might want to start with.

Methods of oil diffusion

There are a number of ways you can spread the aroma of essential oils in your home. One of the quickest and easiest ways is to put a drop or two of essential oils on a tissue and simply wave it around in the room.

For a more far-reaching effect, you’ll need to find a longer lasting way of diffusing the oils. Many people choose steam. You can either purchase a steam oil diffuser or just put a few drops into boiling water.

Another option is to use a heat source. You can buy tea light to heat the oils or, if you want to avoid open flames, buy an electric heat diffuser.

Each method has its advantages and disadvantages, and if you’re new to essential oils, it might be a good idea to start small by simply buying a starter pack of oils, smelling them to see which you like, and putting a couple drops in a boiling pot of water or dabbing them on a tissue.

A note of caution: essential oils are strong. Getting them on your hands or clothing, especially if undiluted, can mean your hands or clothes smelling like that oil for several days. You should also avoid putting them near your eyes or mouth as many essential oils can be dangerous.

Which oils to use

Oils have a range of scents--floral, citrus, earthy, spicy, minty, and so on. Knowing which oil you want for a given scenario is a matter of preference and trial and error. However, there are several blends or “recipes” that people prefer.

Common pairings include:

  • Orange and peppermint

  • Lavender and lemon

  • Bergamot and patchouli

  • Basil and sage

  • Cypress and cedarwood

  • Lemongrass and eucalyptus




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